In movies and TV shows, characters are often depicted using devices and applications that are able to determine an encryption key or passcode character by character (or digit by digit). I am a ...
I'm trying test password strength in one of our e-commerce sites. I'm using john the ripper to brute-force a password file. The algorithm used by PHP is: $hash = md5($salt . $pass) No other ...
I am trying to make hard to a code to be modified. Security is my concern. Ok, I know what you guys will say about piracy, bla bla bla. Lets refrain from that discussion. I am trying to collect ...
Background: I am currently trying to crack a salted md5 hash which I have recovered from an embedded device running busybox and manufactured in china. I have tried john the ripper using all of the ...
Suggestions to make a good password all focus on creating a string that a computer (or more likely, a network of computers with multiple GPUs) can not guess. Putting a password meter for when users ...
So i have been reading some articles on WPA/PSK encryption, And one said that the hash is calculated like this: Key = PBKDF2(passphrase, ssid, 4096, 256) Where PBKDF2 is a standardized method ...